4-5 October 2022
The New Yorker, 481 Eighth Ave., New York, 10001


2022 Sponsors

The Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) is the most significant piece of funding for America’s response to the climate crisis and energy security at US$369 billion. It could cut emissions by 2030 up to 41% against 2003 levels, based on modelling by Energy Innovation.

The IRA would see the investment tax credit (ITC) reinstated at the rate of 30% and the production tax credit (PTC) at 1.5 cents per kWh (the PTC would be available for solar facilities). Neither would phasedown for projects placed into service in 2022 or later but would be subject to phasedown once annual greenhouse gas emissions fall by at least 75% from 2022 levels. The ITC would include a 30% standalone credit for energy storage which met the same conditions.

A 10% local content bonus would be on offer as well as a 10% bonus for projects built within certain communities where ties to traditional energy sources exist.

Loans would be available from the DOE, drawn from a US$40 billion pot under Section 1703 of the Energy Policy Act of 2005 and a US$5 billion fund for activities covered by Section 1706 of the act. Other provisions have also been made for EVs, hydrogen and energy efficiency.

Hurdles remain in terms of getting understanding the implications of the Act which will be discussed at the 9th edition of Solar & Storage Finance USA.

You will hear directly from funds, banks, developers and utilities who will discuss next steps for the industry. Collocated with the inaugural Wind Finance & Investment Summit, these events will dig into the next phase of renewables in the USA.

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Industry Experts
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Decision Makers
US Trade Tariffs & Trade Barriers
State Level Supporting Policies
State Level Supporting Policies
Next Steps for the Supply Chain
Next Steps for the Supply Chain
Wholesale Energy Markets
Wholesale Energy Markets
How to Value Existing Assets
Monetizing Storage Assets
Tax Equity Market
Tax Equity Market
Optimising Revenue Streams from Solar & Storage Assets
Optimising Revenue Streams from Solar & Storage Assets
Challenges With End of Life & Repowering
Challenges With End of Life & Repowering
Grid Bottlenecks and Challenges
Grid Bottlenecks and Challenges

2022 Speakers Include

Doreen M. Harris
President and CEO
New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA)
Commissioner Bob Gordon
Board of Public Utilities, New Jersey
Justin E. Driscoll
Interim President and Chief Executive Officer
New York Power Authority
Andrew Kessler
NY Green Bank
Anneli Alers
Senior Vice President, Finance & Capital Markets

2022 Partnership Prospectus

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  • 2022 Agenda Themes
  • Sponsorship Opportunities
  • Networking Activities
  • How to get involved

Thank You to Our 2022 Sponsors & Partners

Industry News

RWE has signed a purchase agreement with Con Edison to acquire all shares of its renewable energy subsidiaries, Con Edison Clean Energy Businesses.
Utility-scale renewables developer Intersect Power has secured US$3.1 billion in project financing to complete its 2.2GW near-term clean energy portfolio in the US.
US solar players have hailed the country’s landmark Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), signed into law by President Joe Biden this week, as a once-in-a-generation legislation that lays the groundwork for accelerated PV deployment and a significant ramp-up in domestic manufacturing.
Shoals Technologies has become the latest solar manufacturer to adjust its guidance for the year, blaming an “increasingly challenging environment” caused by the US AD/CVD investigation.
A bipartisan group of US governors have pressured the President Joe Biden and Gina Raimondo to expedite the anti-dumping circumvention investigation (AD/CVD).
JinkoSolar, Trina Solar and Hanwha Q CELLS are among eight PV manufacturers that have been selected by the US Department of Commerce (DOC) to provide further information on their operations as part of the agency’s ongoing tariff circumvention investigation.
Japanese energy firm Osaka Gas is to enter the US utility-scale solar market through a joint venture with project developer Oriden.
Investment management firm Axium Infrastructure has acquired Boston-based solar and energy storage developer BlueWave, its first acquisition of a renewables developer.

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